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Mount Carmel School, Chandigarh

Mount Carmel School, Chandigarh

The students and staff gathered together for the ‘Blessing Ceremony’ of classes X and XII (2023-24 batch).



The students and staff gathered together for the ‘Blessing Ceremony’ of classes X and XII (2023-24 batch). The f celebration commenced with the enunciation of an auspicious verse from the Bible, followed by a prayer and welcome note. The occasion marked an end of carefully supervised school life and a beginning of a life in the ‘real world’. Founders and Directors Dr Earnest Charles J Samuel and Dr Annie Charles Samuel sent their wishes to the students motivating them to be prepared for the future challenges in life. The students, including the Cabinet members, presented gratitude speeches narrating various anecdotes from their school lives. The ceremony also witnessed soulful rendition by the school choir and presentation of the Bible, admit card and class photograph folder. Principal Dr Parveena John Singh blessed the students and wished them good luck. The function culminated with a vote of thanks fostering love and blessings to Mount Carmelites followed by the school anthem.


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